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    One of the first (old school JL Audio)

    I don't frequent these forums too much anymore, but I figured I'd share with ya'll.

    This is for all the folks on this forum who appreciate the minimalistic beauty of old school car audio equipment and not that chromed-out bling-bling Audiobahn crap.

    Behold, one of the original, JL Audio Reference series amplifiers from the early 1990s:














    This will be going on sale sometime within the next few days -- after I get over my nostalgia. I am entertaining all REASONABLE offers on this rare piece.

    Specs are as follows:

    50x2 @ 4 ohm
    100x2 @ 2 ohm
    200x1 @ 4 ohm bridged

    If ever there was an opportunity to own a piece of history, this is it.








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    Re: One of the first (old school JL Audio)

    ooooooo....quiet ****.......



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    Re: One of the first (old school JL Audio)

    **** you not, I have a VERY similar amp that has 'Crutchfield' on the side. I opened it up one time and its quite pathetic to be honest. Can you post up some internals of that?



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    Re: One of the first (old school JL Audio)

    Quote Originally Posted by Ray21
    Can you post up some internals of that?

    X2. First Ive ever seen. Looks like you have a nice piece of equipment there.




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    Re: One of the first (old school JL Audio)

    gain block.


    Class A with that big heat sink?




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    Re: One of the first (old school JL Audio)

    nice amp you don't see made in u.s.a any more



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    Re: One of the first (old school JL Audio)

    seroiulsy, *sheds a tear*



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